A GROUP of friends tried on a jumpsuit from Khloe Kardashian’s brand, Good American, in several different sizes and one said it felt like wearing “a bag.”
Sinead, Sierra, Bridget and Tamera are women whose body types range from extra small to extra large and each tries on the same clothes to see how differently they fit.
In a recent video on their YouTube channel, Clevver Style, which has 3million subscribers, the group tries on jumpsuits from four different brands, including Khloe’s inclusive brand, Good American.
After trying on the cinched, brown jumpsuit, which retails for $179, the women said they felt conflicted because they loved the piece but were torn about the fit.
“So, the fit here, I really love it because while it is a button, this tightens,” said Bridget, who wears a size large, pointing towards the tie that cinches the waist.
“You can pull your waist in as snatched as you want, you can wear it loose.”
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However, Bridget said the top of the jumpsuit was a little loose, adding that it’s not “how I would normally want a top to fit.”
“But I do think it gives it a chicness and a different style than your typical jumpsuit where it’s all the same fit on the bottom and the top.”
Tamera, who wears an XL, agreed, saying the loose top of the jumpsuit added a chic look to the whole fit.
“My only issue with this, being an extra large is I guess my arms are a bit shorter,” she added, showing that the extra fabric on her arms can be a bit annoying.
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However, Sierra, who wears a size medium, had issues with the baggy top of the jumpsuit, adding that she wished it either fit her or was a more exaggerated fit.
“I feel like, with some of y’all, it’s hanging a little bit more on the shoulders…and it just feels like a bag on me at the top,” she said.
Sierra said that the bottom of the jumpsuit is true to size and she wouldn’t want to size down due to how fitted they are.
“I really wanted to like this. I really wanted this to be it for me, but something is just not making me feel super confident in it.”
All four of the women decided the jumpsuit was true to size, despite their differing opinions on it.
“I do think it’s true to size, just as someone that’s bigger on the bottom than I am on the top, I don’t know if this is the jumpsuit for me.”
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